California has been in the forefront of the recent movement to facilitate establishment of social enterprises: for-profit corporations that are authorized to make money and
There’s a good reason why even social media experts describe this phenomenon as an “untamed wild west.” Social media is a new form of communication
It hasn’t exactly been smooth sailing recently for the IRS and its Exempt Organizations Division. What with Congressional subpoenas, lost emails, and gloomy tea parties,
“It’s easier to get tax-exempt status under Form 1023EZ than it is to get a library card,” says Tim Delaney, the President and CEO of
Unless your organization is fairly new, you may not be aware that the IRS Exempt Organizations Division has been grappling with a huge problem. No.
Social media has been described as a “Wild West” that nonprofits must “tame.” That should be your first clue. The rules and regulations governing nonprofits
There’s a quick answer to the second question: Sometimes yes and sometimes no. There are pros and cons. How’s that for a lawyerly response? Professional